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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

NORTHERN CIRCUIT COURT.-The Circuit Courts in the Northern districts will be presided over by the Chief Justice Sir Frederick Darley, commencing with Maitland on the 30th inst. : Tamworth. October 10th ; Armidale, October 15th ; Grafton, October 21st. The clerk of the assize is Mr. Henry S. Darley. It is very likely that his Honor will be accompanied on the circuit by some members of his family, also by Mr. Charles Cowper, Sheriff of the colony. Good racing expected "Wednesday evening-ADV. I

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Presentation to Dr. A. J. Hood. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Presentation to Dr. A. J. Hood. ON Tuesday evening last the Maclean hotel was the scene of o ie of the largest and most influential gatherings that has taken place here for some time. The occasion was the presentation of a piece of plate and valedictory address to Br. Hood, who, on account of ill health,"has deemed it advisable to relinquish his practice in this town for some time, at least, and it should certainly be highly gratifying to him to find that his departure has caused such widespread and genuine regret, as waa evident from the hearty manner in which, with only a few exceptions, the residents of the district subscribed to the testimonial. The plate took the form of a handsome tea and coffee service, consisting of four pieces, one of which bore the inscription,- " Pre- sented to Dr. A. Jarvie Hood by his Clarence Biver friends," and the others contained the Doctor's crest. Each piece was moat beautifully engraved with delicate ferns, and the whole set in a well-finished ca...

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Terrible Massacres. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Terrible Massacres. THE terrible massacres which are reported from the Solo- mon Islands show that the natives of this group are still determined on living- up to their traditional sinister reputa- tion tor ferocity, coupled with unexampled treachery Some of the incidents, notably that of the " boy" who, with his head cleft open and seven deep gashes in his body, still fought desperately against his savage assailants, are of a highly sensational order. This brave fellow was at length thrown overboard to drown, but when the fight was over and the islanders beaten off. crept on board again and', mirabile dictu, is, it appears, likely to recover. The other incident, of the ship"s hoy who seized two copra knives and, with one in each hand, dashed them up to the hilt in the bodies of two of the islanders, mortally wounding' them, is equally astonishiog. Unfortunately, two white men on board fell at once beneath the weapons of the savages, and there are family circumstances of peculiar sa...

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Amusements at the Rink. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Amusements at the Rink. ON Tuesday the final heat of the handicap mile foot race was ran off, resulting in a rather unex- pected win for J. Ward, who was the only ped. left on the track at the conclusion of the event. Dykes managed to pass all his opponents by the time the 16th lap was covered, when H. E. Williams, M. Avery, and A. A. Brown retired. Ward, spurting at the 20th lap, again passed Dykes, when the latter retired, leaving Ward to finish. Time, 5.59. On Wednesday evening the rink was occupied by a number of Ulmarra skaters, nominated by ladies to contest for a silver cup and bangle prize. The s.s. Pacific conveyed the competitors and a number of their friends to Grafton, returning after the con- test. There was a good attendance to witness the contests, which comprised five divisions and a final as follows : The respective divisions were won by D. Ward (nominated by Miss Stella Williams) 40yds., F. Smythe (Miss George) scratch, N. Davis (Miss Davis) 35, A. Capp (Miss Capp)...

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Lawrence District Improvement Board [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Lawrence District Improvement Board On Tuesday night about 150 residents of Lawrence district attended a meeting in the Company's goods Bhed, when M-ssrs. Lowenthal and Shields delivered addresses, referring to the matters relating to the pist, present, and prospective. Mr. D. See, of Maclean, ocenpied the chair. Messrs. Bond and Schwonberg, civic representatives of that municipality, were also present. At the conclusion of lengthy addresses from Messrs. Shields and Lowenthal, the Chairman strongly advised the people to Btrive hard to erect Lawrence into a municipall y, and promised every assistance in his power if needed. ELECTION o» BOARS. On "Wednesday over 200 assembled to take part in the election of representatives, and lively interest was evinced in the proceedings. Messrs. J. B. Olive, "W. Enshy, jun., and W. Musto having withdrawn, left 20 candidates to contest the several seats, and the ballot resulted as under : LAWRENCE WARD (five representatives) : James F. Murphy 44 vo...

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Grafton Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Grafton Police Court. TESTEBDAT, before tue P.M. and Mr. "W. H. ?Waterhouse. Jeremiah Leonard, John Leonard, and Thomas Martin were snramonad for having, at Southgate, on September 4th, inflicted grievious bodily harm on John G alli Tan. Mr. M'Guren for complainant ; Mr, Donaldson for défendants. Complainant deposed that he is a labourer, and was In the employ of John Leonard, of Southgate, quarrying. On the day named informed Leonard that he would do no more work, and requested payment. Leonard went to the Southgate Hotel, and returned to the camp at about 3 p.m. with a bottle of liquor. A man named McIntyre came to his tent, and challenged him to fight in the presence of the defendants. He declined, and M'lntyre threatened to strike him. Jeremiah Leonard said "Go out and fight him." They went down 15 or 20 yards from the quarry, and some blows wera struck. M'lntyre was drunk. Walked away back to the tent after he had struck M'lntyre twice. Jeremiah Leonard came up behind him, and ...

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Grafton Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Grafton Borough Council. THE regular bi-monthly meeting waa held on Wed- nesday. Present-The Mayor, Aldermen Campbell, Wunderlich, Beatson, Jacobs, Hockey, M'Kittrick, Rothschild, Lowe, Alderson. An apology was tendered from Alderman Laird, absent through ill- ness. The MAYOR referred to the decease of Alderman Murray, of whom he spoke in terms of commend- ation. He had been a member of the Council for upwards of nine years, was a valued member of the Public Works Committee, and waa a much esteemed and worthy citizen. He moved, " This Council desires to place on record its high appreciation of the late Alderman Murray, and the great esteem in which he was held, and offers ita sympathy and condolence to his widow, and that aame be conveyed to Mrs. Murray by letter." He felt assured that the citizens would endorse their action in passing thia resolution, and it waa their duty to leave on record some slight token of the respect and esteem in which the late Alderman was held. The motion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

FBAUDS ON DIXSON'S CONQUEROR TOBACCO. Some unprincipled retailers of Tobacco are placing the Conqueror tin-tags upon Tobacco, and disposing of same as the genuine article. Now the public are therefore cautioned against this deception, and are at the same time respectively invited to submit any doubtful purchases to Dixson and Sons, who offer a substantial reward for convincing evidence againsnthe aforesaid offenders.-Conqueror Tobacco Works, Hyde Park.-ADV. WONDER OF WONDERS.-The great clearance sale at Ensbey and Collins', Lawrence, will continue for another week, consequent on the large demand for bargains not yet being satisfied. Beads of , families would effect a great saving by laying in a stock.-ADV. j

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Letters to tue Editor. THE Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. SIB.-Mr. Hughes, the teacher of a Grammar (?) school at Ulmarra, endeavoured, apparently, in last Tuesday's Examiner, to butter his dry and scanty crust by saying, in effect, in a very mixed way, that parents who send their children to private schools are more capable of attending to the religious training of their offspring than those parents who send their's to the Public schools. What a melliferous and mendacious assertion 1 What a libel on the great majority of our intellig ent and God-fearing farmers I If this privilged and "soft soaped" few lo more capable, it is remarkably strange that they, should place their children under the tuition of men who produce no credentials of competence, who submit to no authorised inspection to teat the pupils' progress, arid who, in alas, too many instances, are pompous sycophants. But the weight of evidence, in no small degree, seem3 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

J Don't forget Wednesday evening, 1?. H. Hntobin I son's benefit!-ADV, ' j General Notices rpHE JNOTED DEAPEEY HOUSE OP BOSS AND CO. LONDON HOUSE GRAFTON". We have received our NEW SUMMER STOCK OF PRINTS. ZEPHYRS. VEILINGS. BEIGES. PONGEES. SILKS. Embroidered Silk Bordered Rohes Print and Zephyr Robes White, Cream, and Striped Pongee Silks Scroll Figured Pongees and Beige3 Black Broché Silk Grenadines Black and Cream Dress Tulle and Net Black and White Check Washing Silks Cream, Striped, and Coloured Broché Cashmeres SUMMEIt CASHMERES (to which we draw particular attention) in all gyNEW SHADES, such as Vieux Rose, Terra Cotta, Serpent, Gobelein, Fawns and Greys. New Trimmings, Novelties in Buttons, and New Zephyr Embroideries, <8TTO MATCH ALL DRESS MATERIALS. LAWES' HATS. All the If civ licnrtliig- Shapes in Ladies' Straw Hats and Bonnets WFOR Tni8 SEASON, and the newest RIBBONS, FLOWEBB, FEATHERS, &C, NEW SUNSHADES. NEW CORSETS. All Plain Drapery such as Calicoes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Special Advertisements. ÏÏ. PALING AND Ca, LIMITED, (Established 1S53). The leading and cheapest house for Pianos, Organs and Musis, and all kinds of Musical Instrumento No better value to be obtainedelsewhere. COGENCY AT ME. HENRY JORDAN'S, Criterion Hall, Grafton, where-cvery information may'ba obtained and sam- ples seen. Illustrated catalogues and price lists on application. JANE EYRE, cheap edition, 9d by post. "Weldon's useful Bookifor Ladies, ls Gd by post -new supply. Mrs. Leach's Family and Children's Dressmaker, div. -, ls Gd by post. Thc Tents of Shem,-by Grant Allen, 2s; post 2s 4d. Surly Tim, <by Mr. Burnett, ls 4d by post. At the Mercy-of Tiberius, by author of St. Elmo, ls 4d by pest. G. C. SYER, Bookseller, Grafton.

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Religious Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Religious Notices. I CHURCH OF ENGLAND. . . I donday-Cathedral, ll and 7.30; Children's Service, 9.30; German Church, 7.30; Children's Service, 3-. Copman- hurst, Confirmation and Holy Communion, Hi Gordon Brook, 7.30 ; Kurrahhil,7.30. Confirmation Classes, German Church. Sunday-Ulmarra, 3 ; South Grafton, 7.30-EcT» Ï. E. Havl land. Sunday-Yulgilbar, ll : Lionsville, 4. Wdinesday-Barrett's Creek, 8. Thursday-Camira, 7.30. Friday-Tayall Creek, ll -Rsv. lt. J. Moxon. R031AS CATHOLIC CHUTrCTI. Sunday-Grafton, Mass at 8 and ll.. Vespers, 7.30. Mass e-rery morning a*. 7. Friday-Stations of the Cross, 7.38. South Grafton, Sunday School ¿tit. Thursday-Mass at 7.30 ; Brushgrove, Mass at ll ; "Roswry at 7. PJlESIiYXERIiK CHURCH OT OTW BOUTS WALES. i Sunday-Graftoa, ll and 7.-Rev. A. Barron. Sunday-Lawrence, ll ; Brushgrove, 3-Rev. J. E. Browne. Sundiiy-Madrean, ll-Kev. J.^S. Haussmann. I-HCSBÏÎKEIAS CHUBOH Ol? EASTERN AUSTRALIA. Sunday - Grafton, Gaelic at 10 ; English at H and 1. -Kev. O. M...

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THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. [ESTABLISHED 1859.] SATURDAY MORNING, 14TH SEPTEMBER, 1889 STUDIED NEGLECT BY THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

THE Clarence and Richmond Examiner. I ESTABLISHED 1S59.] SATUIÍDAX MOEKEÍO, 14TH SEPTEMBER 1889 STUDIED NEGLECT BY THE GOT EILY MENT. WE have no hesitation in expressing oar approval of the course taken by the Executive Committee of tho Railway League in calling the attention of the Members for the Grafton and The Clarence elec- torates to the studied neglect by the Government of the interests of these districts. This neglect is no new thing, neither is it limited to any one subject in particular. Everything connected with these districts is treated in like manner. But especially is it manifest in respect to the Harbour works, and to the construction of the authorised linea of Railway. As to the former, it would almost appear as if the Government were pur- posely setting at naught the requirements of the trade and the demands of the people. Let us hope that the Harbours and Rivers Department is not at the bottom of this matter of mallee j'l'ej/enne^ because the operations of that De...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Fact and Rumour. Great floods at Albury. Fearful sickness at Sudest. Burglary boom reviving in Melbourne. British. Dissenting churches aiding strikers. Becall has been struck out of the Melbonrne Cnp. New South Wales Assembly has endorsed the lash. N.S.TV. exhibits at Melbourne Exhibition cost £15,000. Schedule for Flower Show will be published next week. At "West Maitland a Chinese mission has been established. Mr. L. H. Glasgow, of Lismore, admitted as an attorney. I Bicycling is to be taught among the military forces of ' Victoria. London press unanimous as to Seaxle's superiority over O'Connor. At the last moment the Canadians heaped the dollars on O'Connor. "Windsor people want Stansbury to have a cut in for the championship. Australia's stand by the London strikers bas opened the eyes of Europe. Australian contingent in London reported to have won £30,000 on Searle. The steamer Argus arrived in Sydney from Java with 3400 tons of sugar. Carpenters and masons who struck on a Bri...

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The Lismore Municipal Squabble. How a Loan was Floated. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

The Lismore Municipal Squabble. How a Loan was Floated. A PUBLIC MEETING of the ratepayers was held in Lismore on Friday, and attended by over 200 persons. The meeting voted Mr. A. J. Simpson to the chair, and he explained the object of the meeting, and said he would be glad to serve the public in any way. He believed in British free speech, but he had had to pay pretty dearly for his. He would sooner have seen any other person in the chair. Mr. Norris moved-" That in the opinion of this meeting the Municipal Council are called upon to   insist on a satisfactory explanation being given by Alderman Bernstein to them respecting the pur- chase of the Lismore gas plant, the explanation to include the amount of money paid for the said plant, to whom it was paid, and why it was paid." In speaking to the motion, he gave a lengthy speech. When the speaker was an alderman he could never find out what communication took place, as the letters were never placed before the Council, ...

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Clarence Railway Construction and Harbour Improvement League. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Clarence Railway Construction and Harbour Improvement League. AT a meeting of the Executive Committee h«ld on ¡ "Wednesday, there were present-MesBrB. S. See (in the chair), Waterhouse, T. and C. Page, Lipman, Munro, Maurice, Rush, Davies, Rothschild, Yarley, Bawden. The Treasurer reported receipts, members' sub- scriptions. £5 ; sale of maps, 5s. Accounts amount- ing to £11 5s 3d were paid. A letter was read from Mr. John See, M.P., stating that the resolutions passed at the last meeting had been presented to the Minister for Works .as requested. A letter was read from Mr. C. J. Lcewenthal, Law- rence, stating that he would supply information at an early date. It was resolved that the Chairman be requested to supply information as to the carriage of goods shipped at Lawrence by Measrs. John See and Co.'s steamers. Mr. Munro read a letter from Mr. J. G. O'Ryan in reference to a letter in the Baily Telegraph, on the Clarence system of railways. It was resolved that the thanks of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

A very choice lot of ladies and gentlemen's Gold Albert Chains has been imported by H. Hard- ing, and may be seen, together with many other at- tractive articles, at bis aoop ia Friaoe-fitreet,-ADV

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Our Champion Gusher [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

Our Champion Gusher. MB. CHEER very happily described the mixed-up character of the debate in the Assembly on the proposed renewal for one year of the contract with the Union Steamship Company, when he said that fco many freetraders had talked protection and so many protectionists had talked freetrade, that he hardly knew to which side of thc Househe belonged. The two most remarkable of these speeches were those delivered by Mr. See and Mr. Ewing. In supporting the motion for subsidising the company on the ground that it brought us a large amount of business which we otherwise should not get, the r. ? member for Grafton went on to say that since the " Democrats or Conservatives " had retired from power the' " Republicans or Liberals" wished to make more liberal provision for maintaining the service between this colony and America than had been done in tho past, recognising, said the hon. member with a delightful forgetfulness of pro tectionist arguments. " that we send our stuff bac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

THE MOST POPULAR DRINK IN THE COLONY IS ROW'S BITTERS! Read the following reporta from chemical exami- nations, which will at once convince yon of their purity.: " Government Analytical Laboratory, . . . "Melbourne, July ll, 1884. j " I have examined a bottle of Row's (Steane's) ! SUPERLATIVE AROMATIC TONIC BITTERS, mann factured by Edward Row and Company, and find it to be remarkably pleasant in flavor, containing =about 1G per cent, of a very pure alcohol, and hold- ing in solution a clear wholesome Vegetable Bitter, "combined with a fruity spicy aroma. I consider this Bitter a very superior article. «WM. JOHNSON, " Government Analytical Chemist. The great demand . throughout the colony for .these pure Bitters shows they are superior to all .others, and equalled by none. FACTS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS. Read this sworn testimony from a well-known -citizen : STATUTORY DECLARATION. " I, GEOBGE HEWITT, do hereby solemnly and sincerely declare as follows :-" That I feel it a duty II owe...

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London Poverty. The Great Struggle for Existence. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 14 September 1889

London Poverty. The Great Struggle for Existence. " OVER-POPULATION is not the cause of the whole thing," said Mr. Henry Varley to a representative of The Daily Teleyrnj>h laut week at the close of a long Gospel meeting at the Protestant-hall. " It is something far deeper, far deadlier than that. But before touching on the cause of the terrible misery and destitution that exists at the East End let me state a few facts. The present difficulty has arisen from the over-doing of tho dock accom- modation of London, whereby tho capital which has been invested not giving a return to its share- holders, the capitalists get the very cheapest labour they possibly can, and then, as there always is in the East End of London a great residuum of tho population pressed by hunger, they compete against each other for whatever pittance they can obtain. These men have to a large extent bocome demoral- ised. They represent just that floating clement in our large cities which unfortunately aro a bur...

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